Before you pray for anyone or any event, hydrate your body with pure water, go within, tune into your Soul, then ask if the prayer you are about to request is appropriate. If you get a positive answer, then call in the Soul of all those involved and ask the same question. Often, you will find that it is not your business to intercede.
Incoherency often happens during group prayers. Let us use the example of “world peace.” The group spokesperson states the intention, “We are gathered here to focus on creating world peace.” Yet rarely are the people involved setting off cohesive thoughtforms. Some of the people in the circle may be visualizing the rounding up of government officials they label as criminals, perhaps even seeing them suffer horrendous deaths. Others may be visualizing armed troops gathering and torturing terrorists. Others may be visualizing everyone on Earth filled with peace, getting along with everybody and living happily ever after. This is a fairy tale and not a good solution, either, for the results generally are that people give up their voice to keep peace at all costs.
A powerful way to make change is to create inner peace first, so you can better understand how to remain balanced and to release judgment. Until you have a firm grasp of unconditional love and inner peace for yourself, your prayers will be skewed by your misunderstanding, which may be erroneous and lead to more confusion.
Prayers can be very powerful. Each thought, word and emotion you energize sends ripples throughout the universe, gathering force and momentum. If these are thoughts of love, they flow freely, blessing those who are open to receiving love. Thoughts that are not of love, although you may righteously believe they are, glop together causing more hatred and strife instead of peace on Earth.
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